Hair Analysis - FAQ
A hair analysis is not understood by traditional
medicine, but is highly respected in the world
of forensics, scientific research, and drug testing.
So what's the difference in wellness? Nothng.
A hair analysis works the same as a soil or water
sample would to a geologist - it leaves a permanent
imprint of the body's environment within the protein
in thehair follicles.
Having a hair analysis performed is one of the
most accurate ways of detecting toxic metals within
your tissues and determining your vitamin and
Are hair analysis tests really
Yes, of course they are. They are as credible
as a standard blood or urine test. The key to
a good hair analysis is the capability of a credentialed
laboratory and the expertise of the practitioner interpreting
the results. The American government and law enforcement
agencies have depended upon hair analyses for decades
to provide conclusive evidence in crime investigations
and for drug testing for prison parolees. The
cause of death by poisoning can only be determined conclusively
via a hair analysis, as in the case of Andrew Jackson.
Doctor's Data Laboratory, the lab that I use for hair
testing, performed the analysis on Andrew Jackson's
body, and determined he was indeed poisoned by arsenic.
Doctor's Data also does all testing on the animals
Why doesn't my doctor use hair
One of the shortcomings of the American Medical Association
is the lack of nutritional education they require for
medical students. American medical schools promote
more of the pharmaceutical philosophy of healing opposed
to a nutritionally based curriculum.
Blood and urine tests have value, of course, as those
results can identify disease present within the body
and they help your doctor determine the amount and kind
of drugs and medications needed to suppress disease
symptoms for immediate relief. And, we must remember
that 'drugs' do not cure disease, merely contain the
The hair mineral analysis on the other hand, identifies
long-term nutritional deficiencies that can be at the
root of disease, along with identifying toxic metals
within the body that can cause disease. Again,
most traditional medical doctors do not know how to
interpret a hair analysis.
Hair Analysis Links:
about Doctors Data's response to JAMA article.